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Pringles tube, various flavours better than half price 95p instore at Wilkinsons

£0.95 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Was in warrington wilkos and they had a big display, seems good as ive not seen Pringles sub £1 in ages. Should be national not sure how long its on for Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Was in warrington wilkos and they had a big display, seems good as ive not seen Pringles sub £1 in ages. Should be national not sure how long its on for
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#1
good find op, heat added
#2
Fab find thanks will stock up for crimbo
#3
Read the ingredients. Pringles are full artificial colours, flavours and hydrogenated fat. Better buy British made walkers or Kettle which are not full of cancer causing chemicals.
#4
cheaper at b&m today!
#5
Old large tube or new large (smaller) tubes? Quite a difference. Not on Wilko's web.
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Meathotukdeals
Old large tube or new large (smaller) tubes? Quite a difference. Not on Wilko's web.
Normal 190g tube
#7
Who would pay £2 for pringles?
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noonshuine
Meathotukdeals
Old large tube or new large (smaller) tubes? Quite a difference. Not on Wilko's web.
Normal 190g tube

Yup I can confirm it too. Just got two. Heated.

The last ones I saw in B&M (posted ^^^ up there) were the 130g size. That goes for Home Bargains too who have the 130g size for a quid in their Star Buys section.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Nov 25, 2016 17:20
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lucas
Who would pay £2 for pringles?

Somebody who had two quid and thought a tube was worth the price. :|
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sam_of_london
Read the ingredients. Pringles are full artificial colours, flavours and hydrogenated fat. Better buy British made walkers or Kettle which are not full of cancer causing chemicals.


[citations needed]

Please stop spouting this virtue signalling rubbish on every Pringles thread. :P Can you name all the artificial colours used and proof of any carcinogenic ingredients? I'm struggling to find hydrogenated fat in the ingredients list.
#11
Heat, plenty in Winton this morning, 190G size tubes

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